Indoor Air Quality
Why You Should Monitor the Humidity Levels In Your Home
Either too much or too little humidity can lead to the rise of unhealthy airborne particulates. The EPA recommends keeping relative humidity inside between 30% and 50%. You can check the levels in your home with a digital humidity meter, or hygrometer.
How pets impact indoor air quality—and ways to improve it
Pets offer love, companionship, and loyalty. They can also stoke allergies and asthma. Discover ways to reduce your pet's impact on your indoor air.
How to best prepare for cold and flu season this year
From proper humidity to proper ventilation, discover how investing in better indoor air quality solutions can help you keep the cold and flu at bay this year.
Do Air Purifiers Help Allergies and Asthma?
Find out which air purifiers will help your seasonal allergies and asthma the most
Does your air conditioner smell? Here’s what it means
First time using your air conditioner? Find out what odors are normal and when to get expert help.
What Are the Best Air Filters for Allergies?
Find out what air filters fit your home and lifestyle best.
Improve the Air Quality in Your Home
Find out how to easily improve your homes air quality and manage allergy triggers, as well as the benefits of a whole-home air purifier.
How to Test the Air Quality in Your Home
Take a look at monitors and DIY tests — and know when to call a pro. From signs and symptoms to the different home air tests available, get all the information here.